Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Teachers' Appropriation of an Educational Reform Policy in Africa, Titelzusatz: A Socio-cultural Study of Two Bilingual Hausa-French Schools in Niger, Autor: Chekaraou, Ibro, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Erziehung // Bildung, Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 372, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 570 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Provision for the continuity of these indigenous cultural patterns of which traditional arts, crafts, dance, and rituals are inseparable expressions, is an essential aspect of urban planning in developing countries. Unfortunately, most urban plans have been conceived with insufficient attention to local tradition and culture and, therefore, lack adequate provision for easing the transition to urban life. 'A major shortcoming of past planning for many Less Developed Country (LDC) cities, including those in Nigeria, has been the failure to recognize and accommodate the indigenous patterns of urban organization and adaptation already present in the country - in both traditional and colonial cities' (Lockwood 1984). As a result, in most cases, new residents have had to build their own settlements, usually in the form of informal shantytowns surrounding the formal city, which houses only the wealthier, already integrated members of urban society.
The general attitude towards indigenous Nigerian languages has often been that of disdain and negligence, especially in the domain of education. Igbo, one of the major Nigerian languages seems to be the most affected among its counterpart- Hausa and Yoruba. Language attitude researches have been carried out in this regard, but the focus has predominantly been on students in Institutions of Higher Learning. This book therefore deals with the study of language attitude of High School students with a view to tackling the attitudinal problem early among the younger generation. This book provides useful information to language planners, practitioners in education and other government agencies that will assist in developing a comprehensive language policy for Nigeria. It also suggests means by which the implementation of this policy can be actualised, thus achieving national unity and integration through effective teaching and learning of the indigenous languages. In addition, this book will aid linguists towards developing strategies that will facilitate 'self discovery and pride' among indigenous language speakers.
This book, Hausa Songs and Shari ah Implementation, focuses on the influence of Shari ah implementation on Hausa oral songs. The book classifies oral songs into two major categories: Pre-Shari ah and Post- Shari ah songs. Pre-Shari ah songs are many and free, in their diction, from Shari ah influence in handling topics that is either of childbirth, marriage, farming, polygamy or death. Religious references are either unconsciously or connotatively used in pre-Shari ah songs. Post-Shari ah songs are minimized and restricted by Shari ah policy. This is seen in the post-Shari ah songs, which are directly, or indirectly religiously conscious. The book presents Sub-genres of Pre-Shari ah and Post-Shari ah oral songs with adequate examples. It also defines the position of oral songs and that of oral singers. The book established the fact that Shari ah policy has not only changed the diction of the Post-Shari ah songs but also the lives of oral artistes and public function.